CyberPower Does Custom Paint/Modding

It’s not unusual for custom builders to offer brand-specific custom paint and wild hardware configurations, but CyberPower took its experience to a new level by creating its own high-end cooling component for a CES 2011 launch.

Cyberpower added a high-volume pump and Aerocool Touch 2000 to a reservoir of its own design to produce a compact 2-bay solution, simplifying liquid-cooling installation and coolant hose routing.

CyberPower’s new 2-part chassis adds a drive and radiator section atop a more-traditional mid-tower design. The expanded portion features two flip-down panels and an adjustable, louvered top.

Getting back to more traditional “custom builder mods”, CyberPower was showing off a dual 3x120mm radatior cooling solution with separate pathways for its graphics and CPU.

Oh yes, and you can have custom paint if you’d like. White paint highlights the design features of Inwin’s Dragon Rider chassis in this $80 upgrade.

And yes, massively mass-storage is another option.

Thomas Soderstrom
Thomas Soderstrom is a Senior Staff Editor at Tom's Hardware US. He tests and reviews cases, cooling, memory and motherboards.